Roundup: 27 Free Crochet Border Patterns

27 Free Crochet Border Patterns via Underground CrafterBorders can pull a motif blanket pattern together and add the finishing touches that make a pattern really wow. In today’s Granny Square Month post, I’m sharing twenty-seven free crochet border patterns for your next granny square (or hexagon) blanket!

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27 Free Crochet Border Patterns

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27 Free Crochet Border Patterns via Underground CrafterLeft column, from top to bottom:

  • Border #17 by Edie Eckman: This three-round, cluster stitch border includes both written instructions and an international stitch symbol chart. This pattern was shared on ELK Studio as part of the Every Which Way Crochet Borders blog tour.
  • The Final Frontier border by Designs by Muggins: This border includes seven-, eight-, and eleven-row variations.
  • Granny Square Border by Cherry Heart: This border pattern is written in UK pattern abbreviations and includes detailed progress photos.
  • Banksia Border by Look At What I Made: This pattern includes written instructions, progress pictures, and an international stitch symbol chart. It has been translated into eight languages.
  • Granny Hexagon Edging by Petals to Picots: This pattern is designed to fill in between these Granny Hexagons and also to add a decorative border.
  • Rose Border by Look At What I Made: This pattern includes both tutorial and progress pictures and was designed for the Lydia Blanket.

Second column, from top to bottom:

Third column, from top to bottom:

  • Big Leaf Edging by Cypress Textiles: This seven-round edging includes progress pictures, written instructions, and an international stitch symbol chart.
  • Canada Goose Border by Designs by Muggins: This two-round border is described as a “yarn hog,” but it has a great texture.
  • Border #52 by Edie Eckman: This four-round border gives the look of little circles and includes both written instructions and an international stitch symbol chart. This pattern was shared on Felted Button as part of the Every Which Way Crochet Borders blog tour.
  • Granny Square Edging/Border by Petals to Picots: This simple granny square inspired edging includes both written instructions and an international stitch symbol chart.
  • Quick and Easy Blanket Edgings by Petals to Picots: These three border patterns can be added to fabric blankets and include a tutorial for preparing the fabric for a crochet edging.
  • Windows Border by Moogly: This border includes instructions for working flat or in the round. It was designed for the 2017 Moogly Afghan Crochet Along.

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Still looking for more border ideas? Try 21 Crochet Afghan Borders You Need to See on AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns.

Roundup: 27 Free Crochet Border Patterns via Underground Crafter | Borders can pull a motif blanket pattern together and add the finishing touches that make a pattern really wow. In today’s Granny Square Month post, I’m sharing twenty-seven free crochet border patterns for your next granny square (or hexagon) blanket!
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1 Comment

  1. Elizabeth Goss
    July 5, 2018 / 11:33 pm

    Nice range of borders.

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